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Downwind: Brandywine River Museum will receive Scaife collection

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  • Sports

    Boys Swimming: Malvern, Villa fare well against Unionville

    Malvern >> Entering the season, there were high expectations placed upon the Malvern Prep, Villa Maria Academy and Unionville’s swim programs. On Thursday afternoon, the three schools came together for a non-league competition. The private schools stole the show as Malvern beat Unionville 98-66, and Villa Maria won 94-71.

    By Kieran McCauley kmccauley@dailylocal.com @k_mac_14 on Twitter |

  • Sports

    Ice Hockey: Malvern Prep’s dominance continues, defeats Unionville

    WEST GOSHEN >> It doesn’t matter who the opposition is in front of Malvern Prep. No one seems to be able to stop the dominant roll the Friars are on as they tacked on their sixth win of the season, 5-1, over Unionville in a non-conference game Friday night at Ice Line.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Sports

    Wrestling: Kennett finishes strong to rout Octorara

    ATGLEN >> The big men turned in some big wins to give Kennett its first lead of the night against Octorara, then the lightweights kept it rolling to complete a 54-24 Ches-Mont League American Division wrestling victory over the hosts

    By Bill Rudick brudick55@gmail.com @btdavis25 on Twitter |

  • Our say

    Generosity abounds in Chester County

    Recently, Forbes released its list of America’s best places to raise a family, and Chester County placed eighth. And according to real estate company Movoto, Chester County is the fourth best place in America to live. Indeed, Chester County is the 24th wealthiest county in the nation, according to Forbes, with a median annual household income of $84,741.

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  • Arts and entertainment

    Chadds Ford hosts 29th Candlelight Christmas

    CHADDS FORD >> It may have been a dank, dreary day Dec. 6, but it didn’t stop people from coming out to the 29th annual Candlelight Christmas.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Sports

    College basketball: Lincoln holds off Cheyney

    THORNBURY >> There’s never a dull moment when the nations two oldest Historically Black Colleges and Universities get together on the basketball court. There’s always a packed, rowdy crowd and the play on the court tends to live up to the hype.

    By Bill Rudick sports@dailylocal.com |

  • General news

    Impoverished Kennett area family finds generosity in community

    NEW GARDEN >> Christmas came early for one of the poorest families in Chester County.

    Fran Maye
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  • General news

    Share the warmth: Family of six gets heat repaired in their home

    Brian is a senior citizen and has become the household lead for his family of six, consisting of his wife, daughter and three pre-teen grandchildren. Brian’s income consists of social security and a nominal pension. His daughter works part-time making barely $10.80/hour while also trying, as a single mother, to stay involved in her children’s activities.

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  • Sports

    Wrestling: Rustin has three wrestlers go undefeated at Avon Grove

    WEST GROVE >> With a lot of familiar faces on West Chester Rustin, outsiders are expecting a successful season from the Golden Knights.

    By Nate Heckenberger natehckenberger@gmail.com @nheckenberger on Twitter |

  • Sports

    College Basketball: Lincoln dumps Cheyney to remain hot

    THORNBURY >> Coming into the annual “Battle of the Firsts,” the Lincoln University women’s basketball team was off to its hottest start since joining Division II, reeling off four easy wins without a defeat as it entered the Wolves Den against Cheyney.

    By Bill Rudick brudick55@gmail.com |

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